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Language Centre Erasmus+ staff exchange 2017

05 July 2017

The University of Groningen Language Centre regularly receives requests from lecturers about the possibilities of visiting us for a week, via the Erasmus+ programme, to observe our teaching and get to know the Language Centre. Much to our regret, we sometimes have to refuse because of scheduling difficulties. We have therefore decided to concentrate the Erasmus+ exchanges in one week, namely 2-6 October 2017. We can host a maximum of 10 visitors.

If you are interested, kindly contact Ms Antoinette Maassen:

We are looking forward to meeting you in Groningen.

Anje Dijk

Schedule 2-6 October 2017

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Plenary Opening

  • Welcome
  • The Language Centre
  • Visitor ‘Ignite’ sessions

Sit in on classes

Section session

  • Debrief classes,
  • Further meetings
  • Questions…
  • Sit in on classes

Sit in on classes

Section session

  • Further meetings
  • Follow up and
  • Future collaboration
  • Sit in on classes

Official Lunch

Lunch with Section Head

Section sessions:

Your section

  • What is section, history
  • Innovation &Future


  • Organisation & Interest
  • Sit in on classes

Sit in on classes

Afternoon off

Sit in on classes

Plenary Closing

  • Review
  • Follow up
  • Future collaboration
  • Evaluation
  • Sit in on classes

Dinner with Section Head

Plenary Dinner

Last modified:15 September 2017 9.21 p.m.

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